America’s Most Productive Companies Report 2011
Profiles International 3rd Annual workforce productivity study examines 53 New England area organizations
(BOSTON), July, 2011 – Profiles International announces the 2011 America’s Most Productive Companies (AMPC) Report. The companies named have achieved the top productivity levels in their industries and sub-industries. This is the 3rd consecutive year this report has been released.
The 2011 research is the most comprehensive study of human capital productivity of its kind.
Organizations located in New England were dominant throughout the report with over 53 companies named as most productive in the country.
“This study is a substantial tool for companies nationwide. The New England AMPC are truly commendable companies that deserve recognition for their achievements,” says Gary Kilzner, New England VP Enterprise Solutions of Profiles International.
The AMPC study focuses specifically on labor productivity, which is defined as the revenue produced per full-time employee. To determine which companies were the most productive, the Profiles Research Institute analyzed data from almost 21 million people in over 742 companies, 17 industries and 153 sub-industries.
A series of comprehensive studies were conducted on each company listed in the AMPC study, to identify the “best practices” exhibited by each organization.
Many established New England companies were present in the report and the below 11 organizations were some of the top performers;
Gartner (Market Research Services)
TransAct Technologies (Printing and Imaging Equipment)
The Boston Beer Company (Brewers)
Valpey-Fisher Corporation (Electronic components)
Cognex Corporation (Electronic Inspection & Monitoring Instruments)
Teredyne (Electronic Test & Measurement Instruments)
Newstar Financial (Commercial Lending)
Silgan Holdings (Packaging and Container Manufacturing)
Safety Insurance Group (Auto and other Vehicle Insurance)
Monotype Imaging Holdings (Multimedia, Graphics & Publishing Software)
Unitil Corporation (Electric Power Distribution)
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